Tuesday, June 19, 2012

Back To Work

Hello my friends, I hope you all had a pleasant Father's Day weekend. We had a very nice time with the family and it was especially good for 'Grandpa' who got to see all of the small ones.

 It was back to work for hubby today and for me, a hefty "To Do" list is awaiting. First things first and that is to say that I have missed you all. I got a chance to visit some of your blogs in between activities but not all...I can hardly wait to get all caught up.




I can't believe that I forgot and left my camera at the City House...ugh!  I won't be going back for 3 weeks so that leaves me with only my phone and my sweeties camera.



This one, where we walk the dogs, is from my phone using Instagram  which is fine for now but I will have to get to know his Canon Rebel.  I feel kind of naked without my own camera..weird huh?



Don't laugh at this one...On the way down, the traffic stopped briefly on I-5 in Seattle and I wanted to get a shot of the Space Needle for you.  Well, the traffic started moving quickly and I had to abort the mission, I thought that I missed the shot completely.  Look very carefully to the top right and if you squint you can see it.

Don't say I have never done anything for you...hahaha!

The dogs are staring at me, wondering why they haven't had their breakfast yet and I thought I heard mutterings of a mutiny......off I go then.

Have a good one.  xo

16 comments:

Vintage Home said...

Sounds like you had a great weekend...so glad you got to see your family!
Wow a two camera couple ...I don't have any!...Thankfully I am blessed with two daughters who are talented that way!

Michelle said...

Love that space needle shot! lol I have done something similar....a few times!

Lindsay Jewell said...

I see the space needle! I had a friend who lived right under it a few years ago, but I've never actually gone in. I hear they have a restaurant up there with rotating floors...

I love the photo of the barbed wire.

Happier Than a Pig in Mud said...

I like the pic through the fence! And yes, please do feed the pups... one never knows what they'll think up when they conspire:@)

Lynn Proctor said...

sorry you left your camera---hi--i am a new follower :)

vintage grey said...

Sounds like your weekend was lovely! Great photo on your walk!! So pretty. I used to live in Washington, and always loved going to Downtown Seattle. Wishing you a beautiful day Sherri!

Annmarie Pipa said...

you know instinctively what you are doing with any type of camera!

Alison said...

Hehe, good thing I live here, I don't need shots of the Space Needle. Too bad the weather wasn't better, you might have gotten a sideways shot of the mountain...That would have been cool.

ted and bunny said...

To Do List:
1) blog
2) read other people's blogs
3) read some more other people's blogs
4)xxxxxxxxxx
ps I'm still squinting (hope the wind doesn't change direction) and I aint seeing no Space Needle
pps what is a Space Needle??

Paula said...

Don't you mean "mutterings of a MUTT-iny"?

Thanks for the shot of the Space Needle!

Sandra said...

Love the space needle shot, it came out great actually :)

polkadotpeticoat said...

I love your bird house in the first photo.....and I can't wait to sit in that traffic again!

Lap Dog Knits said...

One day I hope to see the space needle in person...but until...

I love your shot...

you're good with all sorts of cameras!

enjoy the week

Katiebee said...

you do a nice job with photos no matter which camera you use!

love your new header~

xo

katie

Leigh said...

Great shots no matter the device! Isn't funny how we get used to something and seem to not be able to life without it. :)

Laura Ingalls Gunn said...

Oh the second image speaks to me and I find myself singing "Don't fence me in!". :)

I so appreciate your treasured friendship and lovely support.